posted on Dec, 31 2011 @ 02:16 PM
reply to post by FugitiveSoul
Not to dispute you, but here is a little more on the word, :Church."
In his article “The Translation Conspiracy” David Hargis writes:
"The word church is not in the original Bible. The word church comes from the old English and Germanic word kirke, (pronounced "keer - kay"), and
which itself came from the Babylonian for the goddess Circe (pronounced "seer-say"). This is the word from which we get circle, circumference,
circumstance, circumvent, etc. The goddess Circe was thought to be connected with the power of the sun, which is round, and thus the connection to
Circe, a circle. In anglo-saxon history, the pagans worshipped the sun standing in a kirke, a circle. These pagan worshippers became known as the
circle, or the kirke, then ultimately the church. Yes, pagans were called the church before Christians were called the church. Therefore, church
means, at the least, a pagan circle for worship, and at the worst, the worship of the goddess Circe, or the worship of the sun."
The word church is modern English, and naturally is not in the original language of the New Testament. (Greek)
So, let's see, if one says "Church," it give credence to the Goddess Circe, and when one says "Amen," it gives credence to Amun-Re.